Testosterone Deficiency (Low Testosterone)

Low Testosterone in Murfreesboro TN - The Billups Center​At The Billups Center, we have a deep understanding of the causes and symptoms of testosterone deficiency (also known as low testosterone) and are experienced in its successful treatment.

It is estimated that 39% of men age 45 or older will have low testosterone levels. From a sexual health perspective, testosterone deficiency can affect a man’s sex drive, strength and endurance, and being sad or grumpy. Checking a patient’s testosterone level may also indicate if he is at greater risk for other chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and hypertension.

We work with our patients to choose the best treatment plan with medications that replace testosterone or help the body boost its level. Our goal is to assist the body in producing proper hormone levels for optimal sexual and overall health.

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